We specialise in the installation and maintenance of the following roof sheeting solutions:
Metal Roof Sheets
Pro lok (Broad shoulder concealed fix clipping) – This is a non-pierced roofing product, that can be manufactured in galvanized and colour coated materials in a thickness range 0.47mm-0.80mm. Product advantages – The product can be used in applications where the roof slope is smaller than 5 degrees.Pro lok can be manufactured in longer lengths that can be transported because of onsite rollingA leak free roof is guaranteed because of no piercing of the roof sheet.Expansion on long length sheets are accommodated with the clipping system.The 700mm covering width allows faster erection on buildings. Bullnosing and curving – Pro lok can be factory or on site bull-nosed or curved to specification
Corrugated Roof Sheets
Corrugation is when the surface of the sheets are bent or folded repetitively in the same way. The Corrugated Profile (S-Rib) is the oldest and most widely used profile for roofing and cladding applications. This is mostly due to its ease of handling and fixing, relative strength, cost effectiveness and its successful use in the designs mostly depicting the old Victorian style. Corrugated sheeting can successfully be factory cranked, curved and bull-nosed to a wide range of radii to suit customer specifications. The corrugated profile is manufactured in two sizes, namely the 8.5 and the 10.5 corrugations. Both these sizes can currently be manufactured in various thicknesses (gauges) from input material ranging from 0.27mm to 0.8mm. The effective cover of the 8.5 sheet is 610mm and that of the 10.5 sheet is 762mm.
The IBR Profile (Inverted Box Rib) is one of the most popular profiles used for roofing and side cladding applications in the industrial, commercial and residential building industry. The bold angular appearance of this particular profile makes it a very attractive choice for industrial and domestic solutions. Its many advantageous characteristics such as its strength to weight ratio, that provide optimum load span consistency, and the broad flutes that ensures excellent drainage, makes this a popular choice for roofing contractors.
The IBR profile has an effective cover of 686mm and is manufactured in thicknesses (gauges) from input material ranging from 0.27mm to 0.8mm. This profile can also be successfully factory cranked, curved and bullnosed to suit customers specifications. The Widespan Profile M is a roofing and cladding profile that was designed to provide the building and construction industry with an economical alternative to the IBR profile, without sacrificing the popular fluted concept so frequently used in modern architecture. The Widespan profile offers greater spans and lower slopes than the traditional corrugated profile, while providing the same cover width as the 10.5 corrugation sheet. The Widespan profile therefore has an effective cover of 762mm and is manufactured in thicknesses (gauges) from input material, ranging from 0.27mm to 0.8mm. This profile can also be successfully factory cranked, curved and bull-nosed to customer specifications.
These types of sheets are used in the roofs of most buildings and are one of the strongest types of sheets – mostly made of stainless steel and aluminium. It does not break easily, is highly durable and very resistant to all types of elements. Metal roof sheets are inexpensive and have the ability to hold heat very well. These metals should be pre-treated with certain chemicals in order to prevent the infestation of insects and rust from developing.